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Foster Care Application
Rehoming Your Rabbit
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Please be very detailed.
Your First Name
Your Last Name
Your Phone Number
Your home address
Your Email address
Which bunnies are you interested in adopting?
Are you a first-time rabbit owner? If not, please describe your previous rabbit(s) and if they are still living with you.
What are your reasons for wanting to adopt a rabbit? Choose all that apply.
Companion for me
Companion for my children
Comapanion for another rabbit
If "other reason", please explain.
Rabbits in a shelter setting may seem different when you get them home. What characteristics are you looking for in your new companion?
Please describe in detail where your rabbit will spend it's days and nights.
Rabbits require regular exercise. How much time will your rabbit be able to exercise over a typical week?
Are you able and willing to bunny-proof your home to keep your rabbit safe? Please explain how you will do or have done this.
Have you checked to be certain that you are allowed to keep indoor rabbits in your home/apartment? Are you able to provide written proof?
Indoor House Rabbits can live 12 years or longer. Are you ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that you can provide for your rabbits emotionally, physically, and financially for the next 12 years? Think about what may happen to you and where you will be in 12 years.
Under what circumstances might you need to re-home your rabbit(s)?
Chewed cords and/or furniture
Sheds too much
Have to move
Not enough time
Having a baby
Got another companion animal
Child/household members bored with rabbit
Too hard to care for
Necessary veterinarian care is too expensive
Would never give them up under any circumstances
Do you have dogs and/or cats in your home?
Are there children under the age of 10 years in your home? If so, please state their ages.
Who will be the primary caretaker(s) for your rabbit(s)?
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